Thanks for that guys
Originally Posted by jwalker
It's as likely to be wrong as it is to be right!
Jw .. you get a big
Originally Posted by RichardB
It kept saying I needed a valid certificate to access the data Richard, I messed with my security settings, but it wouldnt allow a non verified /unvalidated Java download to install no matter what I set my browser to, I'll have another go later
Originally Posted by Paul Beaurain
I trust you are keeping well - I noticed from various threads the problems you had with transom etc. sorry to hear that.
I think the last time we met was on the 'fundraising' trip around the clyde lifeboat stations. I was a guest on Craig C boat. The day all the stations were closed!
The best we have found is 6 days and that comes from xcweather.co.uk
It is aimed at light aircraft pilots and I am very pleased with it.
I have found nothing longer (more reliable).
Cheers and seasons Greetings
Paul & Bryn
Yes I'm fine thanks Paul, as I trust you are, together with your new craft
Yes I remember our day well, a little damp at times
but a great day out all the same, those Redbays know how to punch through the sea & weather dont they? You must be well pleased ! Although as always, the biggest challenge is usually finding a pub that can accomodate a sudden arrival of a bunch of togged up and hungry ribsters at lunchtime
xcweather looks pretty good , it is actually showing the same picture as the few other sites I've tried but with more detail, which is gratifying. A week or so was the best I was looking for, I suppose all will gather the same data, but I wondered perhaps if some sites have better forecasting models than others perhaps